This is about my experience with The Big Event Group 22. I ran into Group 22 in front of Chadron High School, as they grappled with piles of mulch. I was covering the day of volunteerism for The Eagle newspaper, visiting jobs sites and live-tweeting.
Author: Hannah Clark
Sandoz display brings a new meaning to the word ‘cowboy’
Artist features from the CSC faculty art show: Daniel Binkard: Binkard has worked at Chadron State College since 2008 as the college relations graphic designer. His love is the camera, which he first picked...
Richard Bird: An artistic sabbatical of sorts drew Bird to glass. After finishing his Masters of Fine Art in Ceramics, focusing on metal processes on ceramics, Bird stayed for an entire semester and worked...
In the song “Blurred Lines,” Robin Thicke says “I know you want it” 18 times. Ignore it, defend it, abhor it; we live in a world where consent takes a back seat to objectification, and where plays like William Mastrosimone’s “Extremities” are more important than ever.
“Extremities”, a play by William Mastrosimone, brings the audience into the apartment of Marjorie, a young woman who is attacked by an intruder, named Raul.
Old meets new in Memorial Hall’s newest Main Gallery art show, an exploration of a timeless force on the human landscape: nature. On tour from UNL’s Sheldon Museum of Art, the show, titled “Depicting Nature, From Scientific to the Sublime,” features 16 works which “explore the various ways that artists explore nature.” This statement comes from the elegant show pamphlet, which outlines the works on display.
There was a celebratory tone at the Music Teachers National Association Benefit Concert on Tuesday. Bill Mullins acted as host for the hour-long performance, which featured three students and four professors.
It’s 8 p.m. in Memorial Hall. The main stage is covered in a wooden set, and college theatre students are moving through their latest choreography.
George Griffith is leaving the business of explaining. After 39 years of clarifying the mysteries of literature to his students, Griffith is retiring from his post as a professor of English and humanities at Chadron State College.